A classroom audience response system uses a handheld remote (clicker) to collect student responses to questions posed by the instructor. Student data is recorded and then displayed on a results graph via software on the instructor’s computer.
i>clicker may be used as a simple tool to provide instant, anonymous feedback, or as a tool to promote active learning in the classroom and give students credit for class participation or performance.
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Help with i>clicker for Instructors
IT/Academic Computing provides instructors with one-on-one consultations on the use of i>clicker. You can schedule a consultation by contacting the Instructional Media Lab ( 545-2823 or email email@example.com).